We love haberdashery that showcases traditional craft! Like Sajou, from France, who make beautiful sewing items using designs from their 150 years of business. We also carry Buaisou and Temaricious hand-dyed threads from Japan. These are used in traditional embroidery and for making Temari balls.
Now, we have another beautiful supplier from Japan~ Cohana! They provide high-quality, handmade tools selected from regional products and craftsmanship throughout Japan. Read more ›
We’re trying something new on the blog today: A Design Competition.
Loop publishes a range of our own patterns as well as offering free patterns, here on our blog. We are proud of the excellent writing, well thought-out designs, beautiful photography and technical editing in each pattern.
We know many of you are budding designers (as well as some established ones that might never have thought of designing a toy!), so we thought we’d offer you the opportunity to design for us. Initially we are looking for a special toy design.
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Last week we auctioned off our last copy of Juju’s Loops to raise money for Shelter. Julia Fitzsimmons won with her contribution of £275, which we doubled to make a donation of £550 to Shelter, help with housing and homelessness in England, Scotland and Wales. Thank you to everyone who bid in the auction and made Juju’s Loops, such a success.
This week, we’re releasing one of the most popular patterns from the book, The Cedar Shake Mitts.
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